Aimee Golant
Art for Prayer and Peace: A Bridge to Oneness


Friday, March 21
Trunk Show: 6 - 7pm
Artist Talk: starts at 7pm

Tickets: Free Event

VAPA room 3004

Aimee Golant is a sixth generation metal artist originally from Los Angeles, California. Upon her graduation from San Francisco State University, she began her career as an independent metal artist creating Judaica and jewelry. She exhibits and sells her unique metal art internationally. Aimee has won many honors including being voted “Best Jewish Artisan Craftsperson in San Francisco” since 2010 from the readers of the J. Jewish News Weekly. Some of Aimee Golant’s notable artistic projects include: creating the crown for the Women’s Torah Project, creating mezuzahs for two Space Shuttle missions and for the National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia. She founded the Metal Art program at the San Francisco Waldorf High School where she teaches classical metalsmithing, and has taught Jewish studies in the Humanities department. She teaches in the jewelry department at The Crucible in Oakland CA, and at Scintillant Studio San Francisco. Aimee lives in San Francisco with her husband David Casella and son Kaleb.